Photo courtesy of Remembering Holly Butcher/Facebook used with permission.

At the beginning of the year, Upworthy, our sister site, published a story about the final words of Holly Butcher, a woman who died of cancer at the young age of 27. In the days after her death, her powerful, life-affirming Facebook post had over 56,000 shares, but the word keeps spreading.

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Too young to remember the huge LGBTQ rally of 1993? Check out these 16 pics.

On April 25, 1993, a massive LGBTQ rights rally stormed the National Mall in Washington, D.C.

The 1990s might seem like they were yesterday. But in certain respects, they may have felt like the Dark Ages if you weren’t straight and cisgender.

On April 25, 1993 over 1 million people marched on Washington, D.C. demanding equal rights for LGBT people.

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Already, A Growing List Of Eagles Are Refusing A White House Visit

To many players, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue isn't what it used to be.

After his big win, Philadelphia's Malcolm Jenkins was asked if he plans on visiting the White House — an invite traditionally offered to the players of every Super Bowl-winning team.

Jenkins is part of the Players Coalition — an effort by NFL athletes to take action on systemic issues and injustices facing Americans of color. With a White House occupant who's railed against athletes protesting police brutality and urged fans to boycott the NFL, is Jenkins on board visiting 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue?

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A Record Number Of Out Gay Athletes Are Playing College Football This Year

“They all said, 'we’ve got your back.' They told me how proud they were of me.”

Nervously standing on stage, microphone in hand, Xavier Colvin was about to share some life-changing news with his teammates.

“I don't want to disappoint my teammates or coaches or be looked at as different,” Colvin, a redshirt sophomore on Butler University's football team, later explained to Outsports of what he was thinking in the moment.

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Here’s What’s Going On With The Drama Surrounding The LPGA’s New Dress Code

An email sent out by the LPGA has created quite the storm online.

This is a woman playing golf.

Image by Keith Allison/Flickr.

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